What animals eat tomato plants?

Invertebrates and vertebrates are the animals that eat tomato plants. Examples of invertebrates include aphids, blister beetles, cutworms, earwigs, flea beetles, horn-worms, Japanese beetles, leaf-footed bugs, leaf-hoppers, nematodes, potato beetles, slugs, snails, stink bugs, tomato fruit-worms, two-spotted spider mites, white-flies, and wire-worms. Vertebrates range from chipmunks to deer, mice, rabbits, raccoons, rats, squirrels, voles, and woodchucks.